14 November 2014
Two Geography and Environment masters students have been nationally recognised for their research being shortlisted for the Association for Geographic Information (AGI) Awards for Geospatial Excellence.
28 October 2014
A study by an international team, including the University of Southampton, has shown population maps based on anonymous mobile phone call record data can be as accurate as those based on censuses.
23 October 2014
Although Keith Barber formally retired from the University of Southampton in 2009, the Emeritus Professor of Quaternary Palaeoecology, who also served as Director of the Palaeoecology Laboratory is still an active researcher and very much part of the team in Geography.
20 October 2014
Ted Milton, Professor of Remote Sensing, is retiring from the University after more than 30 years but will continue to contribute his knowledge and expertise within his research field as an Emeritus Professor.
16 October 2014
Geography and Environment has welcomed seven new experienced academics to its team strengthening its existing expertise in economic, cultural and environmental geography.
3 October 2014
A special campaign will kick start the University of Southampton’s search to find knowledge exchange activities that can benefit from a share in £750,000 of Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) funding.
30 September 2014
Geographers at the University of Southampton have developed a new way to measure the ‘health’ of poor regional communities. They aim to improve the wellbeing of people by guiding sustainable development practices to help avoid social and environmental collapse.
24 September 2014
Paul Carling, Professor in Physical Geography is retiring from the University of Southampton after 14 years, but he will stay on to contribute his knowledge and expertise as an Emeritus Professor.
12 September 2014
Students from across the University of Southampton have had the experience of a lifetime this summer when they got the opportunity to take part in the University’s first social enterprise summer camp in India.
2 September 2014
A geographical survey by the Universities of Southampton and Cambridge for Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has found there are more vegetated shingle beaches in Scotland than previously thought – and the majority are in good condition.